Parenting Tips Quotes

Quotes tagged as "parenting-tips" (showing 1-23 of 23)
Heather Schuck
“Our children want more than presents, that want our PRESENCE.”
Heather Schuck, The Working Mom Manifesto

Andy Kerckhoff
“Embrace your beautiful mess of a life with your child. No matter how hard it gets, do not disengage... Do something—anything—to connect with and guide your child today. Parenting is an adventure of the greatest significance. It is your legacy." - Andy Kerckhoff, from Critical Connection”
Andy Kerckhoff, Critical Connection: A Practical Guide to Parenting Young Teens

Galit Breen
“As parents we're meant to help each other out and build each other up.”
Galit Breen, Kindness Wins

Michael Y. Simon
“Whatever emotional state you’re in while you’re parenting conveys more to your child than the content of what you're doing with them, no matter how perfect your intervention looks "on paper." In other words, to paraphrase Marshall McLuhan, "your emotional state is the message.”
Michael Y. Simon, The Approximate Parent: Discovering the Strategies that Work for Your Teenager

Iben Dissing Sandahl
“Children are constantly focused on their parents and will mirror them. Therefore, what they experience in the home will be crucial for their empathy development.
Parents have a big responsibility because they are the primary example of empathy and must practice being empathic themselves.”
Iben Dissing Sandahl, The Danish Way of Parenting: What the Happiest People in the World Know About Raising Confident, Capable Kids

“When a parent interferes with a child's anger response in these heavy-handed ways [ridiculing, ignoring, isolating, goading, punishing, distracting, hitting, joking], the anger increases and is redirected at the parent: now the parent is the one who's violating the child's sense of well-being by interfering with a natural and necessary outlet of emotion. Most parents stifle this secondary outburst of anger, too, only this time with more force. [...] Instead of allowing the anger to flow through the child's system the first time it's expressed, the parent unwittingly fans the anger, then dams it up. The anger becomes trapped in the little girl's stomach, muscles, and jaw, and becomes an enduring wound.”
Patricia Love, The Emotional Incest Syndrome: What to do When a Parent's Love Rules Your Life

“Raising PERFECT children is not hard...
It's IMPOSSIBLE !!!!!”
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Stephanie Lahart
“It’s so easy and convenient to buy our children gifts, but I encourage and challenge you to give them gifts that TRULY matter! The gift of unconditional love. The gift of encouragement. The gift of support. The gift of friendship. The gift of communication, understanding, and patience. The gift of guidance and support. The gift of quality time. And the gift of loving them for who THEY are. Material things are nice, but NOTHING compares to genuine love! Parenting should be taking seriously.”
Stephanie Lahart

Tanya Masse
“PARENTHOOD is journey of being driven to the BRINK of INSANITY and BACK...Like a YO YO!!”
Comic Strip Mama, Stripping Away the Insanity of Life & Parenthood!

Tracy Jane  Hartman
“My journey will hopefully help others.
Laughter is the best medicine.
Be strong.”
Tracy Jane Hartman

“Parenting requires a delicate balance of letting your child be your spiritual teacher while you maintain the clarity and boundaries to be her Earthly teacher.”
Jennifer Griffin

Bangambiki Habyarimana
“Sex is an open secret parents try to hide to their children”
Bangambiki Habyarimana, The Great Pearl of Wisdom

Stephanie Lahart
“It is imperative that we teach our boys to love themselves, too! One day they will become men, husbands, and fathers. I encourage you to instill self-love early on!”
Stephanie Lahart

Jennifer   Griffin
“Remember, nothing is ever created or destroyed. Therefore, unresolved emotional pain from childhood does not dissolve by itself. It sits waiting to be declared, and a child is the ultimate vehicle of expression. In order to transform the energy into something positive, the pain must be brought to the surface, examined and embraced as an experience from which to learn and blossom.”
Jennifer Griffin

Iben Dissing Sandahl
“We must remain calm as parents and try not to lose control of ourselves, when we become parents. For how can we expect our kids to control themselves if we can’t do it? That seems unfair.”
Iben Dissing Sandahl, The Danish Way of Parenting: What the Happiest People in the World Know About Raising Confident, Capable Kids

Maryam Abdullah Alnaymi
“It is important that parents know how to separate between their children’s behaviors and personalities. Any mixing in this matter is kind of neglecting parenting duties, and the needed caring for sons and daughters.”
Maryam Abdullah Alnaymi

Maryam Abdullah Alnaymi
“The effective criticism is the one that focuses on behavior not on the personality. The difference between both realizes it every rational parent and educator. The directed criticism on the boy’s or on the girl’s personality will burn the space that all the family members stand on.”
Maryam Abdullah Alnaymi

Maryam Abdullah Alnaymi
“What strengthen the bonds between the children and their parents is spreading the fun and humor during family gatherings and times, and enforcing the feeling of every child’s importance to their parents, and giving them the confidence that they will and can face the life without falling in the wrong, sin, or guilt.”
Maryam Abdullah Alnaymi

Iben Dissing Sandahl
“Is there a greater gift you can give to your children and your children’s children than to grow up to be happier, more secure and resilient adults?”
Iben Dissing Sandahl, The Danish Way of Parenting: What the Happiest People in the World Know About Raising Confident, Capable Kids

“Children should not be taught to get a job or pursue a profession. Children should be taught to discover their passion and with it define their mission.”
Tarryn Tomlinson

“If I do something
Just to please my mom
I maybe wrong
If I do something
Just to displease my mom
I will always be wrong”
Vineet Raj Kapoor

Iben Dissing Sandahl
“Help your child see others' emotions as well as experiencing his or her own without imposing your judgment.”
Iben Dissing Sandahl, The Danish Way of Parenting: What the Happiest People in the World Know About Raising Confident, Capable Kids